- Marriage (1): Sir George de la Lyne
- Marriage (2): Francis Browne
- Died: 20 May 1563
- Buried: St. Peter's & St. Paul's Church, Market Place, Blandford Forum, Dorset, DT11 7AD, GB
Blandford Church, com. Dorset. (destroyed in the fire of 1731)
Against the south wall of the chancel yle stands a small marble
monument, altar and old arch, in which is the picture [a brass] of a
woman; this inscription and these coates in brasse:
Quarterly, 1 and 4, three buck's heads couped, Delalynde ; 2 and 3, three
herrings hauriant in fess [Heryng].
A kneeling figure of a woman habited in a long robe, the dexter sleeve em-
blazoned with the preceding shield, the sinister with that which follows.
1, A chevron between three annulets, Goring; 2, On a chief indented three
mullets ; 3, On a chief three roundles [Camoys] ; 4, On a bend cotised
three lions rampant [Browne] ; 5, Barry of six, and on a canton [a leo-
pard's face, Radmyle] ; impaling, 1 and 4, a chevron ermine between
three martlets ; 2, three pelicans; 3, fretty.
Anne Delalynde, daughter to Sr William Goringe late of Burton in the
County of Sussex, Kl. one of the privie chamber to King Edward the
Sixte, and late wife to Sr George Delalynde late of Vointherbornboston
[Winterborne Clenston] in the County of Dorsett, Knight, afterward wife
to Mr. Francis Browne, Esq. brother to the right hob,e Viscount Moun-
tague: died the xxthof May 1563, and lyeth here intombed.a
This over her picture. This under her:
This tombe was woollye finished at the private cost and charges of George
Goring of Ovingdene in the county of Sussex, brother to the said Dame
Ann Delalynde, the vi. day of October, 1564.
Anne married Sir George de la Lyne.
Anne next married Francis Browne, son of Sir Anthony Browne and Alice Gage. (Francis Browne died about 1615.)